Dr Miranda Robbins
MRC Career Development Fellow
The Zlatic Lab is interested in identifying the neural circuits required for behaviour. My work in the group aims to identify memory engrams and the mechanisms of long-term memory formation. For this work I use 2-photon microscopy with holography for single-cell optogenetic stimulation to perform olfactory associative learning. Following this, we employ electron microscopy and computational network reconstruction. We use Drosophila larvae as a model due to their small number of neurons, transparent skin, and ability to introduce a large number of transgenes.
2-photon microscopy with 2-photon holography
Electron Microscopy (Cryo- and FIB-SEM)
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